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April 29, 2012 7:51 PM Subscribe
GTD Filter: How has GTD helped you in your experience of unemployment? I'm looking for a system to organize my thoughts, structure my time, and keep me working toward goals without losing steam. Google-fu is failing me, thanks in advance!
I need to feel like I'm moving forward, and in the past I've found I'm happiest when working toward goals. I lose steam (motivation) and get depressed when I don't have a goal. In fact, I do best with multiple goals. I'm hoping GTD will provide a structure, but I'm not sure how to apply this to unemployment. Much of what I read from others' usage of GTD is work-oriented, not "unemployed" oriented. Also, I'm a newbie at GTD and most of what I read seems quite cryptic. Should I just follow the book word for word? Read the summary? What is the best way to get started with GTD? (Yes, I've google'd all of this and cannot find an answer to my question, probably because it is multi-faceted).